Books in category Health & Fitness – General

  • Healthy Children 2000

    Healthy Children 2000

    A compendium of 170 objectives for mothers, children, youth from Healthy People 2000, originally published in 1990 (HRSA-M-CH 91-2). Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.

  • Buddha s Principle of Relativity

    Buddha’s Principle of Relativity
    Don G. Athukorala

    This book is a bold attempt to throw some light into solving this mystery. As a person with interest in Science and Technology it appeals to me as a very fruitful effort. Please enjoy reading; you will find it enlightening!

  • Achieving and Living a Healthy Lifestyle in a World of Stress

    Achieving and Living a Healthy Lifestyle in a World of Stress
    Allan G. Hedberg Ph. D.

    Pat Kissel, Ph.D., RN, Retired Dean, School of Nursing and Grant Writer, Office of Academic Affairs, Northwest Nazarene University This book offers readers an opportunity to better care for themselves as they make choices leading to good …

  • Hardcore Circuit Training for Men

    Hardcore Circuit Training for Men
    Jim McHale, Chohwora Udu

    The exercises in this book will give you the motivation you need to get super fit, and the expertise required to dramatically improve your muscular strength and aerobic fitness. This workout can be done practically anywhere!

  • The Cholesterol Counter

    The Cholesterol Counter
    Annette B. Natow, Jo-Ann Heslin

    Lists the cholesterol, calorie, and fiber content of more than twenty thousand food items, from restaurant meals to organic dishes; outlines ways to lower cholesterol; and provides information on how to prevent heart disease.

  • Ambulatory Care Services and the Prospective Payment System

    Ambulatory Care Services and the Prospective Payment System
    Norbert Goldfield, William P. Kelly

    Managers of ambulatory service providers and management researchers from the US and Italy explain a system of payments expected to be implemented by Medicare soon.

  • A Revolution in Health Part 2 How to Take Charge of Your Health Part 2

    A Revolution in Health Part 2: How to Take Charge of Your Health, Part 2
    John Neustadt, Steve Pieczenik

    This book is the second book in the Revolution in Health? series. The first book, A Revolution in Health Through Nutritional Biochemistry, was written by the authors in 2007.

  • Live longer

    Live longer
    Infinite Ideas, Sally Brown

    If you want increased energy, strength and mobility for daily activities and hobbies use the tips in this book to give your lifestyle an anti-ageing makeover and you'll have a lot more to look forward to as the birthdays fly by than a free …

  • Health and Medicine

    Health and Medicine
    Ross M. Mullner

    The SAGE Reference Series on Disability is a cross-disciplinary and issues-based series incorporating links from varied fields that make up Disability Studies. This volume tackles issues relating to health and medicine.

  • My Journey Out of Super Morbid Obesity

    My Journey Out of Super Morbid Obesity
    Cindy Snyder

    This book is the personal journal of Cindy's journey out of obesity

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